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Emma Simmons
RE: Wilberforce kids
I will go to Bettendorf and check tomorrow. I would not have put them there if there was not record.
Added by Emma Simmons on Jun 24, 2014 3:51 PM
Emma Simmons
RE: Wilberforce kids
For years I had my email posted and it was hacked so I will not have it on my page any longer but there is a way to send me a message to my email..others do so snoop around a bit on the left menu. Also if I did not pull this from death records at Special Collection it came from Tombstone Records of Scott County. There is a copy of that at Special Collections and also at the Bettendorf library. I am curious to know what happen to the book of interments for Jacks? My Grandfather was a sexton and there is suppose to be one.
Added by Emma Simmons on Jun 24, 2014 3:19 PM
Emma Simmons
RE: Isaac bratton
I have been on site and ran this image through every software I have and it says what it says. Maybe he is junior. I will say this in all my years doing this work I have never seen a stone with holes eaten through it.
Added by Emma Simmons on Jun 24, 2014 3:13 PM
Bruce Hammond
RE: Jane Kelsey
Thank you for her information. I have updated her profile.
Added by Bruce Hammond on Jun 24, 2014 10:35 AM
Marlene & Dennis Burkheimer
RE: James brown
Thanks for the note. We took the photo about four years ago and we were also searching Jacks cemetery that day so I must have gotten them confused. I have moveded the photo to LeClaire Prairie.

Added by Marlene & Dennis Burkheim... on Jun 23, 2014 11:58 AM
Emma Simmons
Gustav Czech
Thank you so much for finding his surname. This one has been bugging me as I have ran it through every imaging program I have and was still not able to get it.
Added by Emma Simmons on Jun 07, 2014 2:15 PM
Emma Simmons
RE: jacks cemetery
Specifically use the Tombstone Records of Scott County,Iowa. Next go to Scott County Death Records beginning with 1880. I used the books for the death records but some are on microfilm. These are all found at Davenport Public Library in the Special Collections at the Library on Main Street in Davenport. If you are questioning my work then you will repeat it and research takes time. I do not understand how someone in charge of human remains losses their records. My grandfather was a sexton and he did not have that problem.
Added by Emma Simmons on May 09, 2014 2:36 PM
Emma Simmons
Jacks Cemetery
The information I work with are Scott County Death Records found at the Davenport Library.
Added by Emma Simmons on May 05, 2014 3:44 PM

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